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Published by the Fourth Year Class 
The College of Physicians and Surgeons 
Coumbia University 
New York City 



Dedication 




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Dr. Virginia Apgar 




For her friendship, gaiety, interest in 
student activities, her devotion 
to her profession, and her alacrity 
and rapid stream of conversation, 
the Class of 1957 dedicates its yearbook 
to Virginia Apgar, doctor and teacher. 



The Oath of Hippocrates 

ISWI;HR by Hpollo the physician, & Aesculapius, & Hygeia, 
and Panacea, and all the gods and goddesses, that according to 
my ability and judgment I will keep this oath and this stipula' 
tion: to reckon him who taught me this Hrt equally dear to me as 
my parents, to share my substance with him and relieve his necessities 
if required; to look upon his offspring as my own brothers and to teach 
them this Hrt, if they shall wish to learn it, without fee or stipulation; 
and that by precept, lefture, and every other mode of instruction I will 
impart a knowledge of the Hrt to my own sons and those of my teachers, 
and to disc'ples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of 
medicine, but to none others. I will follow that system of regimen which 
according to my ability and judgment I consider for the benefit of my 
patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous. I 
will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such 
counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to pre 
duce abortion. With purity and with holiness I will pass my life and 
practise my Hrt. I will not cut persons laboring under the stone, but 
will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this work. Into 
whatever houses I enter I will go into them for the benefit of the sick 
and will abstain from every voluntary aft of mischief and corruption; & 
further, from the seduction of females or males, of freemen and slaves. 
Whatever, in conneftion with my professional prafticc or not in conncc 
tion with it, I see or hear in the life of men which ought not to be spoken of 
abroad,I will not divulge, as reckoning that all such should be kept secret. 
While I continue to keep this oath unviolated may it be granted to me 
to enjoy life and the prafticc of the Hrt, respeftcd by all men & all times. 
But should I trespass and violate this oath may the reverse be my lot. 




Dr. Andre Cournand 
Dr. Dickinson Richards 



For their work in 
cardio-respiratory physiology. 
Doctors Andre Cournand, 
Werner Forssmann, and 
Dickinson W. Richards were 
awarded the Nobel Prize 
in October 1956. 









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Fourth 
Year . . 








RONALD ALTMAN 
Born May 25, 1932. 
Permanent Address: 12 Crown Street, 
Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Swarthmore College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Pediatrics 



GERALD ADLER 

Born July 1, 1930 
Permanent Address: 515 West 168 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended New York Univer- 
sity 1947-1949, Columbia University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Alpha 
Omega Alpha. 

Future Plans : Medicine 





ROBERT BOND AMBROSE 
Born November 12, 1931 
Permanent Address: 529 Ridge Street, 
Newark, N. J. 

Married, one child. Attended Prince- 
ton University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Member Nu Sigma Nu, Bards. 
Future Plans: Surgery 




DONALD ARMSTRONG 
Born March 25, 1931 
Permanent Address: 90 Mountain Ave- 
nue, Summit, N. J. 
Married. Attended Lehigh University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 



LEON O. ANDERSON 
Born November 27, 1926 
Permanent Address: 120 Haven Ave- 
nue, New York, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Harvard University 
1947-1951, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



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LEWIS ARNOW 
Born November 6, 1931 

Permanent Address : 18 Stratford 

Road, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Single. Attended Harvard University 

1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Pediatrics 




STEPHEN J. BARRETT 
Born September 6, 1933 
Permanent Address: 1940 Andrews 
Avenue, New York 53, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia 1950-1954 
on Professional Option, A.B. Degree. 
Member Phi Delta Epsilon. Interested 
in bridge. 

Future Plans: Psychiatry 



VINCENT S. BELTRANI 
Born August 6, 1931 
Permanent Address: 766 Belmont Ave- 
nue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Brooklyn College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested in 
opera. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



GENE BAUMAN 
Born September 16, 1930 
Permanent Address: 632 West 171 
Street, New York, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Phi Beta Kappa. Interested in fishing, 
riding, hunting. 

Future Plans: Surgery 




JUDITH L. BERG 

Permanent Address: 37-06 89 Street, 

Jackson Heights 72, L. I. 

Single. 

Future Plans : Internal Medicine 





RICHARD E. BETTIGOLE 
Born November 5, 1932 

Permanent Address: 201 West 89 

Street, New York 24, N. Y. 

Single. Attended Yale University 

1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



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ROBERT G. BERTSCH 
Born June 19, 1931 
Permanent Address: 440 Second Ave- 
nue No., Glasgow, Montana. 

Single. Attended Carleton College 
1949-1953, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology Summer 1952, A.B. De- 
gree. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



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MARCIA KEPLER BILBOA 
Born January 14, 1931 
Permanent Address: 738 West 173 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Rochester Minne- 
sota Junior College 1948-1949, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota 1949-1952, Occupa- 
tional Therapy School of University 
of Minnesota '1951-1952, B.S. Degree, 
O.T.R. Degree. Member Alpha Omega 
Alpha. 

Future Plans: Medicine 





JOEL BOCKOL 
Born September 15, 1931 
Permanent Address: 7909 Newbold 
Lane, Philadelphia 18, Penna. 
Married. Attended Haverford College 
1949-1953, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans: Lndetermined 




JOHN ROBERT BONAME 
Born April 22, 1930 
Permanent Address: 121 Old Post 
Road, Rye, N. Y. 

Married, one child. Attended Yale 
University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Member National Honor Society, Phi 
Chi. Interested in forestry, skiing, 
hunting. 

Future Plans: General Practice, 
Surgery, or Anesthesiology 



VINCENT H. BONO. JR. 
Born July 23, 1933 
Permanent Address: 8661 20 Avenue, 
Brooklyn 14, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans : Medicine 





ALICE GUTMANN 
BRANDFONBRENER 
Born April 14, 1931 
Permanent Address: 656 West 162 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Welleslev College 
1948-1952, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



ROGER J. BOULAY 
Born July 3, 1928 
Permanent Address: 95 Cedar Street. 
Fall River, Mass. 

Single. Attended Tufts College 1946- 
1950, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 





t.oRDuN 1-.. HRuW \ 
Born March 4, 1931 
Permanent Address: 1135 Orchard 
Avenue. East Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Married. Attended Ken von College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Phi 
Chi, Bards in first year, Class Treas- 
urer in first year. Year Book Section 
Editor in first year. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



FRANCIS BREEN 
Born .-(pril 26, 1931 
Permanent Address: 141-18 79 Street. 
Flushing, N. Y. 

Married. Attended Columbia Univer 
sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Flans : Internal Medicine 





MICHAEL BRYSON 
Born February 28, 1931 
Permanent Address: 88 Woodland 
Park Drive, Tenafly. N. J. 
Married. Attended Cornell University 
1949-1953. A.B. Degree. Coach of 
Freshman Crew at Columbia. 

Future Plans: General Practice 




CHARLES A. BUCKNAM 
Born June 15, 1931 
Permanent Address: 7 Silver Terrace, 
^E~aterville, Me. 

Single. Attended Bates College 1949- 
1953, B.S. Degree. Member Nu Sigma 
Nu, Omega Club, President, P&S 
Club. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



HENRY BUCHXTALD 
Born June 21. 1932 
Permanent Address: 95 Thaver Street, 
New York 34. N. Y. 
Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1950-1954 on Professional Option, 
A.B. Degree. Member Alpha Omega 
Alpha. Interested in music, literature, 
athletics. 

Future Plans: Surgery 





CHARLES BURKHART 
Born June 10, 1931 
Permanent Address: 302 Eastern Ave- 
nue, Woodfield. Ohio. 
Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 
1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Dermatology 



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GEORGE M. BURNELL 
Born March 17, 1930 
Permanent Address: 722 West 168 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Arago College in 
Paris 1948-1949, Columbia University 
1951-1953, A.B. Degree, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



STEPHEN VAN DEVENTER 
CHANDLER 
Born March 2, 1931 
Permanent Address: 149 Fairmount 
Avenue, Hackensack, N. J. 
Married. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested in 
hiking, fencing, carpentry, speleology, 
reading. 

Future Plans : Surgery 





EDWARD F. DANIELSKI, JR. 
Born July 12, 1930 

Permanent Address: 26 Solon Street, 
Greenfield, Mass. 

Single. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 




JOHN STANDARD DAVIS, Jr. 
Born December 21, 1931 
Permanent Address: 109 Kings High- 
way West, Haddonfield, N. J. 
Single. Attended Princeton University 
1949-1953, University of Paris 1951- 
1952, A.B. Degree. Member Bards, 
Blood Bank Technician at Presby- 
terian, Navy Senior Medical Student 
Program. 

Future Plans: Undecided 



HUGO L. DEATON 

Bom December 2, 1931 
Permanent Address: 520 Old Orchard 
Road, Baltimore 29, Md. 
Married. Attended Haverford College 
1949-1953, B.S. Degree. Member Phi 
Beta Kappa. Interested in music. 

Future Plans: Surgery 





J. ANTHONY DEDE 
Born July 12, 1933 
Permanent Address: 626 West 165 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended New York Univer- 
sity 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Phi Beta Kappa, Medical History So- 
ciety, New Utrecht High School Alum- 
ni Council. Interested in basketball, 
tennis, reading, cooking, painting, 
violin. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



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RENATE DISCHE 
Born July 24. 1920 
Permanent Address: 70 Haven Ave- 
nue, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married, two children. Attended Im- 
marulata College 1939-1941. Columbia 
University 1943-1953, B.S. Degree. 
Ph.D. Degree. 

Future Plans : Pathology 



GEORGE H. DRAKE, JR. 
Born February 8, 1931 
Permanent Address: 18 Highland Ave- 
nue, Maplewood, N. J. 
Single. Attended Lafayette College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa. Inter- 
ested in theatre, music, art, tennis, 
bridge, mountain climbing. 

Future Plans: Lndecided 



NORMAN H. ERTEL 
Born November 15, 1932 
Permanent Address: 1320 51 Street, 
Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Alpha 
Omega Alpha; Consul and Senior 
Senator of Phi Delta Epsilon. 
Future Plans : Internal Medicine 




CHARLES D. FAVERIO, JR. 
Born September 7, 1932 
Permanent Address 37-31 76 Street, 
Jackson Heights 72, New York, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Manhattan College 
1949-1953, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans : Interval Medicine 





RICHARD G. FREEMAN 
Born April 15, 1931 
Permanent Address: 427 Westchester 
Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. 
Married, two children. Attended Yale 
University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Future Plans: Surgery 



STANLEY R. FINKE 
Born February 24, 1933 
Permanent Address: 4525 Henry Hud- 
son Pkwy, Riverdale 71, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1950-1953, Professional Option. 
Future Plans : Internal Medicine 




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DONALD A. GERBER 
Born April 10, 1932 
Permanent Address 1733 President 
Street, Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Treasurer of 
class, third year. Member Phi Delta 
Epsilon. Interested in piano, violin. 
Future Plans: Internal Medicine 






IONA H. GINSBURG 
Born December 2, 1931 
Permanent Address: 100 Haven Ave- 
nue, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Vassar College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Alpha 
Omega Alpha. 

Future Plans : Internal Medicine 



CHARLES H. GREGORY 
Born November 8, 1931 
Permanent Address: 3111 Avenue 0, 
Galveston, Texas. 

Married. Attended University of Tex- 
as 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



ROBERT GEORGE GROSSMAN 
Born January 24, 1933 
Permanent Address: 2020 Tenbroeck 
Avenue, New York 61, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Swarthmore Col- 
lege 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Phi Delta Epsilon. Interested in 
fishing. 

Future Plans: Neurosurgery 





EARLE I. HAMMER 
Born September 25, 1932 
Permanent Address: 4 Tilton Road, 
Utira, N. Y. 

Single. Attended University of Michi- 
gan 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Delta 
Epsilon. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 



DONALD HARRY HARTER 
Born May 16, 1933 
Permanent Address : 82-42 Kew Gar- 
dens Road, Kew Gardens 15, L. I., 
N. Y. 

Single. Attended University of Penn- 
sylvania 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. Mem- 
ber Phi Beta Kappa. Participant in 
Class Shows 1954 and 1955. 

Future Plans: Neurology 





MANUEL J. A. HINDS 
Born August 30, 1930 
Permanent Address: 605 West 170 
Street, New York, N. Y. 
Married, Attended Fordham Univer- 
sity 1948-1953, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans: Surgery 






JOHN S. HERMANN 
Born June 6, 1932 
Permanent Address: 185 Rugbv Road, 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 





CHARLES HENRY HIRSCH 
Born February 19, 1932 
Permanent Address: 615 West 173 
Street, New York, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Brown University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Phi 
Beta Kappa. Interested in Hi-Fi, classi- 
cal music, stamps. 

Future Plans-. Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 




ALLAN E. JACKMAN 
Born October 31, 1932 
Permanent Address: 1539 Carroll 
Street. Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Associated 
with Programs and Publicity for Class 
Shows. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



RICHARD W. HYDE 
Born September 6, 1929 

Permanent Address: Airlie Farm, 

Bedford, New York. 

Single. Attended Yale University 1947- 

1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans : Medicine 





JAMSHID JAVID 
Born November 22, 1931 

Permanent Address: 1220 River Road, 

Edgewater, N. J. 

Single. Attended City College of New 

York 1950-1953, B.S. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



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MAYO JOHNSON 
Born April 15, 1932 
Permanent Address: 130 East 75 
Street, New York 21, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Dartmouth College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Ome- 
ga Club, Alpha Omega Alpha. Inter- 
ested in fishing, skiing. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



FRANK S. JEWETT 
Born January 11, 1932 
Permanent Address: Hamburg Road, 
Lyme, Conn. 

Married. Attended Yale University 

1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Yale 

Daily News. Interested in publishing. 

Future Plans: Neuropsychiatry 



PAUL A. KENNEDY, Jr. 
Born February 11, 1932 
Permanent Address: 44 Stonehurst 
Drive, Tenafly, New Jersey. 
Single. Attended Holy Cross College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Surgery 





EUGENE R. KELLY 
Born October 5, 1927 
Permanent Address : 420 Dyckman 
Street, Peekskill, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Dart- 
mouth College 1945-1950, University 
of Pennsylvania 1950-1952, A.B. De- 
gree, M.A. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 




SUSAN R. KESSLER 
Born February 27, 1932 
Permanent Address : 50 Haven Ave- 
nue, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Vassar College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Undetermined 



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DANIEL V. KIM'BERG 
Born May 31, 1933 
Permanent Address: 1174 Sheridan 
Avenue, New York 56, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Washington & Jeffer- 
son College 1949-1953, A,B. Degree. 
Future Plans: Internal Medicine 




ARNOLD M. KOFF 
Bom March 31. 1932 
Permanent Address: 559 West 164 
Street, New York 32. N. Y. 
Married. Attended Adelphi College 
1949-1953. A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 



ROBERT BAXTER KWIT 
Born March 11, 1932 
Permanent Address: 2391 Webb Ave- 
nue. Bronx 68, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Deep Springs Junior 
College (Deep Springs, Calif.) 1949- 
1950, Harvard University 1950-1953, 
A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans; Psychiatry 



CHARLOTTE ZISKIND LAFER 
Born November II, 1931 
Permanent Address: 29 Highland Ave- 
nue, Maplrwuod, N. J. 
Married. Attended University of 
Rochester 1949-1953. A.B. Degree. 
Memher Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha 
Omega Alpha. Interested in concerts, 
dancing, bridge. 

Future Plans : Pediatrics 




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DENNIS JOSEPH LAFER 
Born ]une 3, 1931 
Permanent Address: 29 Highland Ave- 
nue, Maplewood, N. J. 
Married. Attended Haverford College 
1949-1953. B.S. Degree. Member Nu 
Sigma Nu. Interested in sports, danc- 
ing, bridge. 

Future Plans: Surgery 





MICHAEL Z. LAZOR 
Born June 19, 1931 
Permanent Address: 175 Farrington 
Avenue, No. Tarrytown, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Williams College 
1949-1953. A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



ROBERT E. LEACH 
Born November 25, 1931 

Permanent Address: 75 Central Park 

West. New York 23, N. Y. 

Married. Attended Princeton Univer- 

sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 




BURTON LERNER 
Born April 23, 1932 

Permanent Address: 625 West 164 

Street, New York 32, N. Y. 

Married. Attended Columbia Univer. 

sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 

Alpha Omega Alpha. Interested in oil 

painting. 

Future Plans : Internal Medicine 






RONALD M. L1NSKY 
Born July 13, 1932 
Permanent Address: 900 West 190 
Street, New York, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Colum- 
bia University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Interested in oil painting. 

Future Plans: Surgery 



CARL B. LYLE, JR. 
Born November 19, 1931 
Permanent Address: 907 Mount Castle, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Single. Attended Princeton University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans : General Practice 



THOMAS J. McDONAGH 
Born February 29, 1932 
Permanent Address: 294 Cypress Ave- 
nue, New York 54, N. Y. 
Married. Attended City of New York 
College 1949-1953, B.S. Degree. 
Future Plans: Undetermined 





FIER L. MANCUSI-UNGARO 
Born November 26, 1931 
Permanent Address: 156 Mt. Prospect 
Avenue, Newark 4, New Jersey 
Single. Attended Princeton University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans : Medicine 



MOSES M. MAHOI 
Born January 7, 1927 
Permanent Address: Moyamba, Sierra 
Leone, West Africa. 
Single. Attended Indiana Central Col- 
lege 1946-1951, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Tropical Medicine 





JAMES LARRENCE MASON 
Born September 22. 1929 
Permanent Address: 1518 Radford 
St-eet. El Paso. Texas. 
Married, one ehild. Attended Yale 
University 19481952, A.B. Degree. 
Member Phi (ramma Delta. 

Future Flans: Medicine 



HENRY METZGER 
Born March 23, 1932 
Permanent Address: 601 West 190 
Street, New York 40, N. Y. 
Single. Attended University of Roches- 
ter 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Omega Alpha. 
Interested in painting, biking. 
Future Plans : Internal Medicine 





VERT MOONEY 
Born June 27, 1931 
Permanent Address: Four Winds 
Road, Pittsburgh 14, Pa. 
Married, two children. Attended 
Princeton University 1949-1953, A.B. 
Degree. Member Omega, Nu Sigma 
Nu, Participant in Class Show. 
Future Plans: Orthopedics 







PAUU KENISTON MOORING 
Born September 16, 1923 
Permanent Address: 1970 Huntington 
Drive, S. Pasadena, Calif. 
Single. Attended University of Cali- 
fornia Los Angeles 1953, University of 
California 1951-1952, New York Uni- 
versity 1952-1955, A.B. Degree. Mem- 
ber Phi Beta Kappa, Pol. Sc. Honor 
Society. Interested in writing to fi- 
nance own pleasures. 
Future Plans: Pediatric Psychiatry 



RAYMOND DREW MUTTER 
Born July 4, 1931 
Permanent Address: 91 Lafayette Ave- 
nue, Chatham, N. J. 
Married, one child. Attended Bates 
College 1949-1953, B.S. Degree. Mem- 
ber Omega Club. 

Future Plans: Pediatrics 




DENIS F. NICHOLSON 
Born January 26, 1932 
Permanent Address: 604 West 112 
Street, New York 25, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Colum- 
bia University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Future Plans: Undetermined 



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JOHN W. ORMSBY 
Born February 17,- 1931 

Permanent Address : 611 Westmont 

Drive, Fayetteville, No. Carolina. 

Married. Attended Davidson College 

1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Flans: Medicine 




MARTIN NYDICK 
Born May 1, 1933 
Permanent Address : 427 Stockholm 
Street, Brooklyn 37, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Hobart College 1950- 
1953, A.B. Degree. Member Honorary- 
Science Society. Interested in theatre, 
tennis. 

Future Flans: Internal Medicine 




ALAN WILLIAM OSBORNE 

Bom September 19, 1931 
Permanent Address: 616 West 165 
Street, New York 32, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Prince- 
ton University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Member Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha 
Omega Alpha. 

Future Flans: Surgery 







STANLEY F. PIOTROWSKI 
Born August 14, 1931 
Permanent Address : 325 West 114 
Street, New York, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Alpha Chi Rho. 

Future Plans : Medicine 



LYMAN A. PAGE 
Born February 15, 1932 

Permanent Address: 53 Belknap Road, 

West Hartford 5. Conn. 

Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 

1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Flans: Medicine 





JOAN M. PLATT 
Born January 25, 1925 
Permanent Address: Silvermine Road, 
New Canaan, Conn. 
Single. Attended George Washington 
University 1945-1948, Bryn Mawr 
College 1948-1950, A.B. Degree, M.A. 
Degree. 

Future Flans: Obstetrics and 
Gynecology 



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ISOBEL KOGEL POLLACK 
Born January 21, 1933 
Permanent Address: 1827 Second Ave- 
nue, New York 28, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Vassar 
College 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. Inter- 
ested in homemaking. 

Future Plans: Pediatrics 




SIMEON POLLACK 
Born January 1, 1933 
Permanent Address: 1827 Second Ave- 
nue, New York 28, N. Y. 
Married, one child. Attended Colum- 
hia University 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Memher Alpha Omega Alpha. 

Future Flans ; Internal Medicine 



STEPHEN L. POST 
Born May 4, 1927 
Permanent Address: 44 Portland 
Place, St. Louis 8, Mo. 
Married. Attended Princeton Univer- 
sity 1946-1950, A.B. Degree. 

Future Flans: Psychiatry 




JOHN C. RATHE 
Born August 9, 1931 
Permanent Address: 122 Fifth Street 
N.W., Waverly, Iowa. 
Married. Attended Carleton College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 





SAMUEL RAYMOND 
Born February 7, 1920 
Permanent Address: 538 Walnut Lane, 
Swarthmore, Pa. 

Married. Attended Swarthmore Col- 
lege, A.B. Degree 1941. Attended Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania, Ph.D. Degree 
1945. Interested in laboratory appara- 
tus. 

Future Plans: Research 



ROBERT J. REILLY 
Born August 4, 1931 
Permanent Address: 16 Backog Court. 
VTallingford, Conn. 
Single. Attended Fordham University 
1949-1953, B.S. Degree. Honors Pro- 
gram at Fordham. Interested in hunt- 
ing, target shooting, spear-fishing, bas- 
ketball, boxing, theatre. 

Future Plans: General Surgery 




WILLIAM CHARLES RHANGOS 
Born May 17, 1931 
Permanent Address: 115 Mt. Washing- 
ton Street, Lowell, Mass. 
Married. Attended Yale University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member P&S 
Bards. 

Future Plans: General Surgery 





JOHN W. RICHARDSON 
Born June 12, 1931 
Permanent Address: 6515 Grand Blvd., 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 
Married. Attended Yale University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Surgery 




KATHERINE E. RICHEY 
Born December 20, 1924 
Permanent Address: 70 Haven Ave- 
nue, New York 32, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Vassar College 1941- 
1945, A.B. Degree; M.A. Degree from 
Columbia 1949. Member Medical His- 
tory Society. Interested in music, 
literature. 

Future Plans: Psychiatry 



C. EVANS ROBERTS, JR. 
Born December 15, 1930 
Permanent Address: Discovery Farm, 
Seneca; Poolesville P.O., Md. 
Single. Attended Haverford College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Phi 
Chi. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 





JOHN M. ROBERTS 

Bom February 27, 19 
Permanent Address: 107 Middle Road, 
Hamden, Conn. 

Married. Attended Yale University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Nu 
Sigma Nu, Omega, Student Faculty 
Social Committee. 

Future Plans: General Surgery 



DWIGHT R. ROBINSON 
Born September 7, 1931 
Permanent Address : Prospect Street. 
Mendham, N. J. 

Married, one child. Attended Cornell 
University 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Member Omega, Alpha Omega Alpha. 
Yearbook Staff, Class President in 
fourth year, Vice President in third 
year, Treasurer in second year. Inter- 
ested in skiing, piano. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 





ROBERT P. ROVEN 
Born October 28, 1932 
Permanent Address: 41 Tamarack 
Road, Mahopac, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



STANLEY E. ROSENBERG 
Born March 13, 1933 
Permanent Address : 445 West 240 
Street, New York 63. N. Y. 
Single. Attended Dartmouth College 
1950-1954, A.B. Degree. 
Future Plans; Medicine or Urology 





RUTH ANN J. RUNYON 
Born October 12, 1928 
Permanent Address: 736 Hawthorne 
Road, New Castle, Ind. 
Married. Attended Western College 
for Women 1946-1947, Nat. Univ. of 
Mexico 1948, Indiana University 1947- 
1950, Purdue and Indiana University 
Ext. at night for two years, A.B. 
Degree. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 




JOHN JOSEPH SCIARRA 
Born March 4. 1932 
Permanent Address: 80 Gilbert Street, 
West Haven, Conn. 

Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 
1953, B.S. Degree. Member Phi Beta 
Kappa, Sigma Xi, Nu Sigma Nu. 
Future Plans; Surgery 



BARTLETT SAUNDERS 
Born June 3, 1931 
Permanent Address: 3804 Greystone 
Avenue. New York 63. N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1949-1953. A.B. Degree. Member Blue 
Key Society, Delta Phi Fraternity. In 
terested in politics, sports, women, 
music. 

Future Plans: Medicine or 
Orthopedics 





CHARLES E. SHIELDS 
Bom August 4, 1931 
Permanent Address: 10015 Portland 
Place, Silver Spring:-, Maryland. 
Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 
1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Undetermined 



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JEANNE SMITH 
Born February 1, 1931 

Permanent Address: 1703 East 3rd 

Street, Duluth, Minn. 

Married. Attended Barnard College 

1948-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



TEMPLE B. STITES 
Born September 6, 1931 
Permanent Address: 2400 Longest 
Avenue, Louisville 4, Ky. 
Single. Attended Williams College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Undetermined 





ERIC STRAUSS 
Born May 23, 1931 
Permanent Address: 147-18 78 Ave- 
nue, Flushing 67, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Yale University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Class Secre- 
tary-Treasurer in senior year. 
Future Plans: Medicine 




TENKI S. TENDUF-LA 
Born February 4, 1932 
Permanent Address: Bard Hall, 50 
Haven Avenue, New York 32, N. Y. 
Single. Attended St. Joseph's College, 
Darjeeling, India 1948-1951, B.S. De- 
gree. Interested in music, photography. 
Future Plans: General Practice 



STERLING PRESTON TIGNOR 
Born May 6, 1932 
Permanent Address: 502 21 Street, 
N.E., Washington 2, D.C. 
Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 
1953, B.S. Degree. Member Nu Sigma 
Nu, Yearbook Editor, Co-Chairman 
P&S Club Movies, Business Manager 
P&S Club Handbook, Night Techni- 
cian at Roosevelt Hospital. Interested 
in photography, athletics, violin, 
piano, bridge. 

Future Plans: Surgery 





DONALD MARTIN TRAEGER 
Born November 30, 1931 
Permanent Address: 171 Girard Street, 
Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 

Single. Attended Princeton University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested in 
music, swimming, riding. 

Future Plans: Undecided 



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ROBERT B. WALLACE 
Born April 12, 1931 
Permanent Address: 4325 15 Street 
N.W., Washington, D.C. 
Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Medicine 



RUTH ELLEN SEIDEN TRIEDMAN 

Born May 7, 1933 
Permanent Address: 360 Central Park 
West, New York, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Wellesley College 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested in 
music. 

Future Flans : Pediatrics 



ELAINE F. VORHAUS 
Born May 3, 1924 
Permanent Address: 1 Ploughman's 
Bush, New York 71, N. Y. 
Married, two children. Attended Bar- 
nard College 1945-1953, A.B. Degree. 
Member Alpha Omega Alpha. 

Future Plans: Medicine. 




ROBERT S. WALZEK 
Born January 7. 1932 
Permanent Address: 45 Tehama Street, 
Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member Phi 
Chi. Interested in Social Activities. 
Future Plans: Internal Medicine 





ELLIOT WESER 
Bo-n January 12, 1932 
Ferman'Jnt Address: 5 Minerva Place. 
Brooklyn 58, N. Y. 

Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
: : ty 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Member 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Interested in 
tiieat~e, tennis fishing. 
Future Plans: Medicine or Psychiatry 



ROBERT MACY WEINER 
Born October 5, 1931 
Permanent Address: 
Single. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Undecided 




RALPH N. WHARTON 
Born June 15, 1932 
Permanent Address: 16 Blake Road, 
Brookline 46, Mass. 
Married. Attended Harvard Univer- 
sity 1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 






WILLIAM MORTON WHEELER 
Born January 19, 1932 
Permanent Address : 676 Hammond 
Street, Chestnut Hill 67, Mass. 
Single. Attended Harvard University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested in 
carpentry. 

Future Plans : Undecided 



PETER G. WILSON 
Born January 1, 1932 
Permanent Address: 161 West 54 
Street, New York 25, N. Y. 
Single. Attended Columbia University 
1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans: Undetermined 



MARTIN J. WOHL 
Born October 25, 1931 

Permanent Address: 1400 51 Street, 

Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 

Single. Attended Harvard University 

1949-1953, A.B. Degree. 

Future Plans : Medicine 





FREDERICK ZUCKERMAN 
Born November 16, 1932 
Permanent Address: 425 East 86th 
Street, New York 28, N. Y. 
Married. Attended Columbia Univer- 
sity 1950-1953, A.B. Degree. Interested 
in high-fi, sports. 

Future Plans: Internal Medicine 



HARVEY ALAN ZAREM 
Born February 13, 1932 
Permanent Address: 315 East 45 
Street, Savannah, Ga. 
Single. Attended Yale University 1949- 
1953, A.B. Degree. Member Omega 
Club. 

Future Plans: General Surgery 





MISS SHACKLEFORD 

Secretary to the Associate Dean 




MISS DALY 
Registrar 




WILLARD C. RAPPLEYE 

A.B., M.D., A.M., Sc.D., Med.Sc.D. 

Vice-President in Charge of Medical Affairs 

Dean, Professor of Medical Economics 



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Associate Dean 

Associate Professor of Anatomy 



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CLASS OF 1958 
First Row, {Left to right): John Ashworth, Stephen Malawista, Samuel Barondes, Paul Kantro- 
witz, Stanley Korenman, Maurice Charlton. Second Row, (left to right): Lawrence Green, 
David Shainberg, Robert Crago, Arlan Gottlieb, Brown Dennis, Robert Schaeffer, Don Collins, 
Lawrence Boies. Third Row, {left to right) : Harry Delaney, Thomas Theobald, Arthur Strauss, 
Richard Timmons, Karl Burger. 




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CLASS OF 1958 
First Ron. (left to right): Evelyn Richter. Charlotte Tallerday, Howard Roffwars (President) 
Mary Ellen Beck iSecretarvl, Warren Seides (Treasurer). Second Ron, Heft to right): Carl 
Wei^ Sheldon Cherry, Charles Neave, Uriel Barzel, Boudinot Stimson. Benjamin Landan. 
Bert Horwilz, Richard Brenner. Third Row, (left to right): Benjamin Santoro, Kobert 
DeBellis, Alan Lazerson, Ted Johnson, Marvin Marx, Jerome Brander. 





CLASS OF 1958 
First Row, (left to right) : Paul Harris, George Clift, Yonynah Mendelson, Ted Bransome, 
James Hardy. Second Row, ileft to right): Carl Weiss, Robert Sherry, Herrick Ridlon, Fred 
Edelman, Richard White, Ronald Miller. Third Row, llejt to right): Robert Herbert. 
Lawrence Jurkowitz, Drew Patterson. 




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his power could not have 
written this history" 





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A general questionnaire was sent to each member of the 
four classes. The results are as follows: 



Per cent return of questionnaires: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

75 30 20 59 

Location of Pre-Med. College: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

NE 85 89 92 

NW . . 6 4 3 

SE 3 4 2 

SW 6 3 3 

Degree received: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

B.A 87 85 80 84 

B.S 13 15 20 16 

Home stale: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

New York, or 50 29 44 51 

New Jersey 14 17 18 16 

Is a relative and M.D. : 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Yes 39 45 35 

No 61 55 65 

Annual gross income of parents: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

less than $5,000 ... 14 20 17 

$ 5,000 - $ 7,000 . . 22 77 15 28 

7,000 - 10,000 . . 19 29 35 12 

10,000 - 15,000 .25 9 15 9 

15,000 ■ 20,000 . . 8 7 15 21 

20,000 - 30,000 . . 8 6 10 7 

30,000 - 50,000 . . 3 13 5 4 

50,000 - 100,000 . . 13 5 2 

100,00 or greater . . 6 

Principal source of support in med. school: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Parents 78 64 65 58 

Scholarship 7 20 10 20 

Self employment ... 9 5 15 13 

Spouse 1 5 15 5 

Loans 5 3 5 1 

Spouse's family .... 3 3 

Father's college degree: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

None 43 31 50 42 

M D 17 26 15 10 



Mother with college degree: 



1st 
42 



2nd 
49 



3rd 

15 



4th 

25 



Political Inclinations : 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Democratic 40 39 32 52= 

Republican 35 32 37 28 

Apathetic 10 6 31 8 

Independent 11 17 12 

Are you in favor of compulsory medical 
insurance: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Yes 29 35 20 24 

No 30 44 50 51 

Undecided 41 21 30 25 



Future plans: 



Gen. Practice 

Surgery 8 

Int. Med 3 

Ped 3 

Ob. Gyn 

Orthopedics 1 

Neurology 3 

Dermatology 

Urology 

Psychiatry 4 

Research 5 



1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

8 9 4 5 

9 9 24 

20 24 27 



6 
6 
3 
5 



9 
9 
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2 
4 

4 

2 
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Undecided 



65 37 40 12 



Your expected gross income 10 years 
following graduation : 







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$5,000 . . 


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$ 5,000- 


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20,000 . 


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15,000 


20,000 . 


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30,000 . 


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5 


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How many vacations do you think there 
should he at P. & S.? 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

One 58 44 52 46 

More than one 40 49 35 49 

Less than one 2 7 13 5 



Hail you it to do over, would you 







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91 


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How much lime do you spend studying? 

1st 2nd 3rd III. 

Too much 18 29 5 2 

Enough 62 49 35 53 

Too little 20 22 60 45 

What would be your second choice of 
profession ? 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Teaching 36 29 26 

Business 9 10 29 15 

Law 20 10 18 7 

Engineering 4 29 24 9 

Do you feel "grarfes" al P. & S. should 
receive 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

more emphasis? ... 3 5 

same emphasis? ... 39 19 31 39 

less emphasis? 58 81 69 56 

Granted all generalizations are false includ- 
ing these, do you feel: 

Student instruction at P. & S. is adequate: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Yes 23 13 10 12 

No 77 87 90 88 

Student instruction at P. & S. is 
inadequate : 

Yes 81 91 65 83 

No 19 9 35 17 

Had you it to do over, would P. & S. be 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

first 85 72 80 95 

second 12 9 10 5 

third 3 10 

no choice 3 16 

More benefits will be accrued from being 
a student at P. & S. rather than al another 
school: 

Yes 49 55 67 59 

No 17 20 6 22 

Undecided 34 25 27 19 



Would you advise a future medical school 
aspirant to seek a: 

1st 2nd 3rd 1th 

B.A. Degree 87 90 85 92 

B.S. Degree 13 10 15 8 

Do you have a car at P. & S.? 

1st 2nd 3rd lih 

Yes 12 15 44 35 

No 88 85 56 65 

Are you: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Single 89 66 79 43 

Specializing 68 3 26 7 

Engaged 16 6 5 5 

A parent 3 3 5 13 

Do you have: 

1st 2nd 3rd 4ih 

No children 97 83 88 83 

One child 3 10 12 15 

Two children 3 2 

Do you live: 

1st 2nd 3rd llli 

Iii Bard Hail 77 48 39 20 

In vicinity of P. & S. 7 36 39 54 
fn commuting dis- 
tance 16 16 22 26 

In your experience, what department met 
thus far in your medical school career has 
been best? 



First Year: 
Anatomy 59% 

Neuroanatomy 12'r 
Histology 20 r r 

Correlative 

Clinic 9% 



Second Year: 
Bacteriology 83% 
Pathology 8'r 

Parasitology 3% 

Neuropathology 3 r i 
Biochemistry 3 r . 

Fourth Year: 

Medicine 50' (■ 

Pediatrics II c /< 

Pharmacology 11% 

Bacteriology 5% 

Neurology 5' ! 

Obs.-Gyn. 3 r , 

Parasitology 3 r > 

Psvchiatrv 3'r 



Do you play a musical instrument? 

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 

Yes 49 55 42 59 

No 51 45 58 41 



Third Year: 


Medicine 


41% 


Pharmacology 


12% 


Pediatrics 


12% 


Neurology 


12% 


Physiology 


b r r 


Orthopedics 


6% 


Pathology 


6% 



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PHI CHI 
Seated, (left to right): Bob Walzer, Evans Roberts, Harry Crago, Dave Befeler. Standing: 
Al Lazerson, John Boname. Not present: Vince Bono, John Brackett, Gordon Brown, Herb 
Cooper, Hugo Deaton, George Drake, Fred Edelman, Karl Perzin, Ted Strehan, Norm Talal. 



NU SIGMA IMU 
First Row, {left to right ) : Ted Bransome (Treasurer) , Jack Schiefflin ( Secretary ) , Dick 
White (President) , Ron Miller (Vice-President), Carl MacDonald (Rush Chairman). Second 
Row, (left to right) : Bob Herbert, Gene Phillips, Bart McHugh, Jim Hardy, Ken Kane, 
Dan Collins. Third Row, (left to right): Bill Snyder, Carl Weiss, Alan Korhammer, Richard 
Prescott, Tom Trunnell, Herrick Ridlong, Cal Edgar (Keeper of Keg). Active Members not 
Pictured — Fourth Year: Charles Bucknam, Ed Danielski, Jack Sciarra. Third, Year: Bill 
Atwood, Bob Blahut, Jim Brown, Jerry Dougan, Peyton Harris, Dick Hnat, Don Hofrauter, 
Tom Marley, Boudinot Stimson, Bob Van Cleve, Dick Watson, Don Wilcox, Tom Shea. 
Second Year: Bill Burks, Nelson Cantwell, Joe Myers, Norm Roome, Gus Middleton (Social 
Chairman), Bud Munsick (Keeper of Keg). First Year: Pete Brauen, Hank Dawes, George 
Doyle, Bill Duncan, Joel Ginsberg, John Glezen, Paul Gesham, Ed Bradley, Seth Harvey, 
Bill Hicks, Ed Howes, Steve Kott, Howard Keller, Neil MacLean, Herb Riley, Bob Riggins, 
Marty Sorger, Bill Urschel. 




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P&S BARDS 
Left to Right: Ben Santoro, Paul Lietman, Cal Edgar, Dave Befeler, Corny Clark, Ken Kane, 
Jerry Storm. At piano: Gene Phillip*. Missing: Riek Doherty, Boh Herbert. 



The high point of Phi Delta Epsilon's activities was the annual Clay Ray 
Murray Memorial Lecture delivered at Bard Hall by Dr. Paul Dudley White, 
attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital, entitled "The Ways 
of Life and Heart Disease." 



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PHI DELTA EPSILON 
First Row, (left to right): Arthur Strauss, Robert Srhaefer, Karl Burger. Second Wow, (left 
to right): Jay Robbins, Robert Strauch, Earle Hammer, Donald Gerber, Lester Mayers. Third 
Row, (left to right): Norman Ertel, Stephen Goldfinger, Stanley Finke. Not Pictured: Ronald 
Altman, Stephen Barrett, Robert Grossman, Matthew Janin, Frederick Zurkerman. 



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Alpha Omega Alpha 



Alpha Omega Alpha, the medical honor society, was founded at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois in 1902. The Columbia University chapter was founded in 
1907. The aims of the society are "the promotion of scholarship and research 
in medical schools, the encouragement of a high standard of character and 
conduct among medical students and graduates, and the recognition of high 
attainment in medical science of practice and related fields." 

Membership in Alpha Omega Alpha is based on high scholarship, moral 
character, and a promise of future leadership in the profession. 




ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA 
Sitting, (left to right) : Mayo Johnson, Henry Buchwald, Elaine Vorhaus. Sttinding, {Left to 
right): Alan Osborne, Vincent Bono, Jr., Earle Hammer, Norman Ertel, Henry Metzger. 
Members not present: Gerald Adler, Ronald Altman, Marcia Bilboa, Iona Ginsburg, Daniel 
Kimberg, Charlotte Lafer, Bertram Lerner, Simeon Pollark, Dwight Robinson, Jeanne Smith, 
Elliot Weser. 



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P & S Club 



1956 — 1957 
OFFICERS: 



Charles Bucknam 
Howard Roffwarg 
Fred Allen 



'57 President 

Vice-President 

'59 Secretary 



Mr. Edwin M. Barton, 
Director of the P & S Club 
and Student Activities 

BOARD OF ADVISORS: 
George A. Perera, M.D. Chairman 

Aura E. Severinghaus, Ph.D. Vice-chairman 

William S. Langford, M.D. Treasurer 



For sixty-two years the P & S Club lias presented its broad program of 
social, spiritual, athletic, and cultural activities as an aid in enriching student 
life at P & S. This year the program was extended and improved to provide 
even more opportunities of participation and entertainment. Mr. Edwin M. 
Barton, Director of Student Activities, has continued to provide the service, 
advice, and encouragement which have contributed so effectively to the con- 
tinuing expansion of the club. The twenty three committees of the P & S Club 
included more than one-quarter of the student body in active participation in 
this year's extracurricular life. 

Athletics: Warren Seides, '57 Chairman; Charles Bucknam, Alfred Moscar- 
ella, Richmond Prescott, and John Eleuteri. The program included an intra- 
mural league and intercollegiate competition in basketball, and participation 
in the Metropolitan Squash League, Class C. 

Pier Mancusi-Ungaro and Bob Bertsch, co-chairmen of the Christmas Party, 
presented an exceptionally fine Christmas program and dance. Participation 
by the Vespers Choir, the present and past Bards, a second-year chorus, and 
the Student-Faculty Orchestra were the highlights of the program. Committee 
members were Al Mathies, Andrew Ferber, Brad Gordon, John Eleuteri, Fred 
Allen and Ellvn Jones. 




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The concert program for the year, including such notables as pianist Gary 
Graffman, was arranged by Reddington Barrett, Chairman, Peter Dunne, Gene 
Phillips, and Ken Forde. 

One of the outstanding collegiate choirs in Ne'w York is the P & S Vesper 
Choir, under the direction of Al Mathies and comprised of the P & S student 
body and nursing students. William Munsie and Douglas Holsclaw, Jr. are 
organists, and Richard A. Anderson is librarian. 

An orientation program for first-year students was directed by Fred Allen 
and Howie Roffwarg, with the assistance of Ellyn Jones, Leonard Wheeler, 
John Eleuteri, Gene Phillips, and other members of the second year class. 

Ansis Muizniefs was the chairman of a special committee participating in 
a national Y.M.C.A. program to raise funds to be used in relief work with 
Hungarian students. 

The Columbia-Presbyterian Society for Medical History is affiliated with 
the P & S Club and the Medical Library. The program for the past year included 
a series of lectures on the history of diseases, extensive investigation into the 
problems of medical education, and numerous outside speakers on a variety 
of medical topics. Uri Barzel was president of the group, and Charles Neave, 
Mark Mueller, and William Duncan were committee members. 

Sterling Tignor, chairman of the Movie Committee, provided many Friday 
evenings of entertainment in Bard Hall with the assistance of Ralph Warton 
and Mark Mueller. 

The Overseas Medical Project, with Ken Forde as chairman carried on a 
very successful drive for clothing, books, and instruments for the Severence 
Medical School at Seoul, Korea. 







Extensive use was made of the Record Library of the P & S Club, and 
new additions expanded the wide variety of music available for student use. 
LeRoy Constantin is chairman of the committee. 

Under the leadership of Howie Roffwarg, the Committee on Religion and 
Medicine sponsored a widely heralded and popular conference in the fall. 
The panel, composed of notable psychiatrists and members of the clergy, dis- 
cussed the topic of "Guilt and Illness." In addition, there was student partici- 
pation in the banquet and the discussion sessions. Also on the committee were 
Donald Pugatch. Kenneth Forde, Fred Allen, Joseph Anderson, Andrew Ferber, 
Bradley Gordon, Reddington Barrett, and Warren Seides. 

Students this year showed great interest in meeting members of the faculty 
informally and discussing some of the ethical and social concomitants of being 
a doctor. The Student-Faculty dinners are one of the channels for this activity. 
At these off-the-cuff sessions thirty-five students a"nd two or three faculty mem- 
bers exchanged ideas on the problems of the Doctors extra-medical role in the 
community, management of the patient when he cannot cure the disease, 
specialization, the ethical problems in termination of pregnancy and the delivery 
and management of anomalous children, and the prolongation of life in in- 
capacitating conditions. The success of these programs was due in a large part 
to the candor and enthusiasm of the students and faculty and to some extent 
the intermittent efforts of chairman Andrew Ferber and committeeman Bradley 
Gordon. 

One of the most unusual and successful facets of the P & S Club program 
is the committee for Theater Parties with Peter Pressman as chairman. Through 
advance selection of the season's hits students were afforded the opportunity 
to be among the first to enjoy a wide variety of theater activities. 

On the lighter side of life, social chairman Robert Reiss assisted by a 
combined Bard Hall-Maxwell Hall committee, provided weekend social events 
with numerous successful Sunday Coffees and Record Dances. In addition, a 
very popular square dance was arranged by Fred Pittman. 

Through the weekly Vespers Services the P & S Club offered to the student 
body the opportunity to hear some of the nation's outstanding clergymen. The 
large Vesper Choir rendered the anthems and the Christmas Service. Brown 
Dennis is Chairman, and Kenneth Forde is Co-Chairman. The committee 
members are Richard White, Evelvn Richter, Fred Allen, and Robert Jones. 

FRED ALLEN, '59 
Secretary P & S Club 



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The Yearbook Staff 



Sterling P. Tignor 
Editor 

A dvertisements 
Mayo Johnson, Vincent Bono, Gordon Brown, George Drake, 
Donald Drake, Donald Harter, Robert Reilly, Evans Roberts, 

Ralph Warton 

Art Sketches 

Henry Metzger 

Photography 

Alan Jackman, Jack Sciarra, Sterling Tignor 

Production Staff 
Dwight Robinson, Eric Strauss, Donald Gerber, Bartlett 
Saunders, Howard Roffwarg, Warren Seides, Fred Allen, Xavicr 
Pi Sunyer, Leonard Wheeler, John Anderson, Audrey Perm, 
Raymond Mutter, Charles Faverio. 



Acknowledgment . . . 



For their assistance in this publication, the editor wishes to express appre- 
ciation to Helen Winslow of Pilgrim Yearbooks for her artistic talents, ex- 
perience, and patient forbearance; to Murray Tarr for the portrait photography 
and assistance with the candid photographs in this publication; to Mr. Edwin 
Barton for his encouragement and secretarial assistance. 

The merchants and proprietors who have kindly advertised in this publi- 
cation are grateful for the past support of the student body and will appreciate 
continued patronage. Their assistance has been invaluable in making this publi- 
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Second Year 





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CLASS OF 1959 
Front Row, (left to right): Sam Rosen, Don Pugatrh, Barbara Hulka, Lee Robins, Sheila 
Solomon, Lud Gutmann, Jerry Tikoff. Second Ron; [left to right) : Tom Plaut, Jerry Storm, 
Charlie Hollander, Mac Wosnitzer, Bennett Simon, Hal Kundel, Ken Spitzer, Dick Prescott, 
Bob Hillman, Mark Mueller, Fred Pittman, Paul Lietman, Peter Pressman, Biff Ludes. 
Third Row, (left to right) : Marty Smith, Dave Nourok, Bob Reiss, Shelly Wolf, Bill Shaw, 
Carl MacDonald, Ken Kane. 



"Of things that exist, some exist 
by nature, some from other 
causes." 

Aristotle 

Physics II/l 





Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin. 
Daniel 

F/25 



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But whosoever drinketh of the water that 
I shall give him shall never thirst. 

John 

IV/U 

Travel broadens one 





. . . the nature of these things 
not allowing of this being done 
otherwise. It is always possible 
to attain thereby to a degree of 
probability which very often is 
scarcely less . . . 

Huygens 

Treatise on Light 



Please, don't send me 
to Physiology! 



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If music be the food 
of love . . . Eat it! 



Just spending money 



CLASS OF 1959 
Front Row, (left to right): Verne McConnell, Gene Phillip?, Le> Baker, Sandy Mckinney, 



Jean Keller, Bob Straush, Bob Petersen. Second Ron 
Cohen, Burt McHugh, Peter Mott, LeRoy Constantin. 
Barrett, Dick Prothero. Third Ron, (left to right): Bill 
Epstein, Joe Meyers, Jim Carter. 



l/e/f to right) : E. Vadeika, Howie 
Art Rosenberg, Len Wheeler, Rud 
Munsie, Camber Tegtmeyer, Manfred 






Wait until they see this exam 



The late, late show. 




Agnogenic 

myeloid 

•netaplasia? 




Agnogenic 
myeloid 
metaplasia ! 



CLASS OF 1959 

Front Row, (left to right): Ted Herskovic, Stan Ginsberg, John Eleuteri, Mary Jane Jesse, 
George Munsick, Dick Chase, Bill Benjamin. Second Row, ilejt to right) : Jessie Davis, Peter 
Berkman, John Foulke, Bob Jones, Jeff Brittin, Mort Civan, Gus Ginsberg, Al Moscarella, 
Dave Befeler, Earl Byrne, Guy Freeman. Third Row, {left to right): Dick Baum, Ed Kaplan, 
Charlie Weems, Fred Allen, Andy Ferber, Phil Miller, Dave Eidinger, ken Faust, Cornie 
Clark, Cal Edgar. 




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I shall NOT draw another 
fihroh last — ever! 



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Medical students at work 



and at play 





On the frontiers of patho- 
logical research. 




\ou mean it's not just 
nightmare? 





"and then I saw two huge 
myeloblasts coming at 

me!" 




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First Year 




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CLASS OF 1960 
First Row, (left to right): Ken Hanson, Stan Forwand, Priscilla Kao, Joel Ginsberg, Ros 
Hilsen, Al Nadel, Ted Nicklaus. Second Roiv, (left to right): Dick Ravel, Dick Milligan, 
Ron Picoff, Peter Dunne, Stu Scham, Jon Pincus, Bob Emde, George Stassa, Al Troupin. 
Jay Robbins, Julian Clark. Third Row, (left to right): Horacio Fabrega, John Glezen, Alan 
Raine, Ted Roman, Greg Heimarck, Hank Dawes, Stan Heller, Steve Goldfinger. 





An energetic crew! 



La Marca's buddy 



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Butchery ! 





Another stimulating lecture! 



Albert visits "StudleyV boys 



. But in the pregnant hamster . . . 



CLASS OF I960 
First Row, (left to right ) : John Anderson, Fred Hoppin, Art Lennon, De? Calif n, Bob 
Riggins, Bill Salot. Second Row, (left to right): Jim MacLowry, Matty Janin, Audrey Penn. 
Renee Dede, Ora Rosen, Ellen Dolganos Bea Nold, Ed Bradley, Herb Klein. Third Row, 
(left to right): Bernie Weiss, Roger Kaufman, Doug Holsclaw, Arnie Kroll. Dirk Smith, 
Ed Howe?, Paul Kronfeld. Lloyd Smith, Seth Harvey, Ernie Richard-, Neil MaeLean, Boh 
Neuhardt, Herb Reilly, Rollo Kallen. Fourth Row, (left to right) : John Johnson, Howie 
Keller, Bill Hickr, Paul Graham, Jim Downey, Len Denniek, Boh Touloukian, Dick Dobert>. 




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CLASS OF 1960 
First Roiv, (left to right): Al Korhammer, George Poliner, Stearly Ailing, Marty Choy, John 
Suarez. Second Row, (left to right): Harvey Nova, Saul Moroff, Norb Ehrmann, Dick A. 
Anderson, Bill Taylor, Lee Denner, Neil Swinton, Bill Temple, Don King, Chuck Ruckler. 
Third Row, (left to right): Walter Glinsmann, George Stanley, Tom Marubbio, Tom Trun- 
nell, Harry Brownlee, Jesse Blumenthal, Les Mayers. 







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Anvone for tea at two? 




The powers that be 





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"Sons of I960' 



Joseph Denner 
Son of Lee Denner 





Bill Urschel, Jr. 
Son of Bill Urschel 



David C. Eddison 
Son of Grace Eddison 



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Dr. Jet Johnson 




Dr. OOps! 



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Internship Placements 



NAME 

Adler, Gerald 
Altman. Ronald 
Ambrose. Robert B. 
Andersen, Leon 0. 
Armstrong, Donald 
Arnow, Lewis 
Barrett, Stephen J. 
Baunian, Gene 
Beltrani, Vincent S. 
Berg. Judith L. 
Bertsch, Robert G. 
Bcttigole, Richard E. 
Bilbao, Marcia K. 
Bockol, Joel M. 
Bono, Vincent H., Jr. 
Boulay, Roger J. 
Brandfonbrener, Alice G. 
Breen, Francis J. 
Brown, (Gordon 
Bryson, Michael F. 
Buchwald, Henry 
Bucknam, Charles A. 
Burkhart, Charles B. 
Burnell, George M. 
Chandler, Stephen V. 



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PLACE 

Presbyterian Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Mount Sinai Hospital (Rotat.) 

New York City, New York 

Roosevelt Hospital (Surg. — Gyn. — Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (III Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (II Med.) 

New York City, New York 

New York Hospital (Pedi.) 

New York City, New York 

Highland Park General Hospital (Rotat.) 

Highland Park, Michigan 

Strong Memorial Hospital (Surg.) 

Rochester, New York 

Kings County Hospital (Rotat.) 

Brooklyn, New York 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Med.) 

Bronx, New York 

Presbyterian Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Roosevelt Hospital (Med. — Ped. — Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Roosevelt Hospital (Med. — Ped. — Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Duke Hospital (Med.) 

Durham, North Carolina 

Strong Memorial Hospital (Med.) 

Rochester, New York 

Lenox Hill Hospital (Rotat.) 

New York City, New York 

St. Vincent's Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

U. of Virginia Hospital (Rotat.) 

Charlottesville, Virginia 

Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital (Rotat.) 

Cooperstown, New York 

Presbyterian Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Johns Hopkins Hospital (Surg.) 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Pennsylvania Hospital (Rotat.) 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Kings County Hospital (Med.) 

Brooklyn, New York 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed — Surg. Mjr.) 

New York City, New York 



Danielski, Edward F. 
Davis, John S., Jr. 
Deaton, Hugo L. 
Dede, Anthony 
Dische, Renate 
Drake, George H., Jr. 
Ertel, Norman H. 
Favcrio, Charles D., Jr. 
Finke, Stanley R. 
Freeman, Richard G. 
Gerber, Donald A. 
Ginsburg, Iona H. 
Gregory, Charles H. 
Grossman, Robert G. 
Hammer, Earle 
Harter, Donald H. 
Hermann, John S. 
Hinds, Manuel J. A. 
Hirsh, Charles H. 
Hyde, Richard W. 
Jackman, Allan E. 
Javid, Jamshid 
Jewett, Frank S. 
Johnson Mayo 
Kelly, Eugene R. 



Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

U. California Hospital (Surg.) 

San Francisco, California 

Duke Hospital (Surg.) 

Durham, North Carolina 

New York Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (III Path.) 

New York City, New York 

Pennsylvania Hospital ( Rotat. ) 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Med.) 

Bronx, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Bronx Mmiirinal Hospital (Med.) 

Bronx, New York 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed — Surg. Mjr. 

New York City, New York 

Johns Hopkins Hospital (Med.) 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Mount Sinai Hospital (Rotat.) 

New York City, New York 

U. Minnesota Hospital (Med.) 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Strong Memorial Hospital (Surg.) 

Rochester, New York 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (Med.) 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Grace New Haven Hospital (Med.) 

New Haven, Connecticut 

U. Hospitals Cleveland (Med.) 

Cleveland, Ohio 

St. Vincent's Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Mount Sinai Hospital (Rotat.) 

New York City, New York 

Hospital of U. of Pennsylvania (Rotat.) 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Mount Sinai Hospital (Rotat.) 

New York City, New York 

Montefiore Hospital (Mixed) 

New York City, New York 

U. of Chicago Clinics (Rotat.) 

Chicago, Illinois 

Peter Bent Brigham Hospital (Surg.) 

Boston, Massachuetts 

Johns Hopkins Hospital (Med.) 

Baltimore, Maryland 



Kennedy, Paul A. 

Keller, Susan R. 

Kimberg, Daniel V. 

Koff, Arnold M. 

Kwit, Robert 11. 

Lafer, Charlotte Z. 

Lafer, Dennis J. 

Lazor, Michael Z. 

Leach, Robert E. 

Lerner, Burton A. 

Linsky, Ronald M. 
Lyle, Carl B. 
Mahoi, Moses M. 

Mancusi Ungaro, Pier 
Mason, James L. 
McDonagh, Thomas J. 
Metzger, Henry 
Mooney, Vert 
Mooring, Paul K. 
Mutter, Raymond D. 
Nicholson, Denis 
Nydick, Martin 
Ormsby, John W. 
Osborne, Alan W. 
Page, Lyman A. 
Piolrowski, Stanley 
Piatt, Joan M. 
Pollack, Isabel K. 
Pollack, Simeon 
Post, Stephen L. 
Rathe, John C. 
Raymond, Samuel 



(Georgetown U. Hospital 

Washington, D.C. 

Baltimore City Hospital (Med.) 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Presbyterian Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Hartford Hospital (Rotat. ) 

Hartford, Connecticut 

U. of California Hospitals (Rotat.) 

San Francisco, California 

Kings County Hospital (Rotat.) 

Brooklyn, New York 

Kings County Hospital (Surg.) 

Brooklyn, New York 

U. of Wisconsin Hospital (Rotat.) 

Madison, Wisconsin 

L T . of Minnesota Hospital (Med.) 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (I Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

U. of California Hospital (Rotat.) 

San Francisco. California 

Detroit Receiving Hospital (Rotat.) 

Detroit, Michigan 

Presbyterian Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Hermann Hospital (Rotat.) 

Hauston, Texas 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Med.) 

Bronx, New lork 

Presbyterian Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Presbyterian Hospital (Rotat.) 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (I Med.) 

New York City, New York 

U. S. Public Health Service 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Bellevue Hospital (II Med.) 
New York City, New York 

King County Hospital (Rotat.) 

Seattle, Washington 

Presbyterian Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Stanford U. Hospitals (Med.) 

San Francisco, California 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed— Med. Mjr.) 

New York City, New York 

Greenwich Hospital (Rotat.) 

Greenwich, Connecticut 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Pedi.) 

Bronx, New York 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Med.) 

Bronx, New York 

Montefiore Hospital (Mixed) 

New York City, New York 

King County Hospital (Rotat.) 

Seattle, Washington 

Graduate Hospital (Rotat.) 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



Reilly, Robert J. 
Rhangos, William D. 
Richardson, John W. 
Richer, Katherine E. 
Roberts, C. Evans, Jr. 
Roberts, John M. 
Robinson, Dwight R. 
Rosenberg, Stanley E. 
Roven, Robert B. 
Runyon, Ruth Ann J. 
Saunders, Bartlett M. 
Sciarra, John J. 
Shields, Charles E. 
Smith, Jeanne 
Stites, Temple B. 
Strauss, Eric 
Tenduf La, Tenki S. 
Tignor, Sterling P. 
Traeger, Donald M. 
Triedman, Ruth E. 
Vorhaus, Elaine F. 
Wallace, Robert B. 
Walzer, Robert S. 
Weiner, Robert M. 
Weser. Elliot 
Wharton, Ralph N. 
Wheeler, William M. 
Wilson, Peter G. 
Wohl, Martin J. 
Zarem, Harvey A. 
Zmkerman, Frederick 



(Grace New Haven Hospital (Surg.) 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Roosevelt Hospital ( Mixed — Surg. — Gyn.— 

New York City, New York Med.) 

Duke Hospital (Surg.) 

Durham, North Carolina 

Greenwich Hospital (Rotat.) 

Greenwich, Connecticut 

Strong Memorial Hospital (24 Mo. Rotat. I 

Rochester, New York 

Duke Hospital (Surg.) 

Durham, North Carolina 

Massachusetts General Hospital (Med.) 

Boston, Massachusetts 

Bellevue Hoppital (II Med. Mixed) 

New York City, New York 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed— Med. Mjr. I 

New York City, New York 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed— Med. Mjr. i 

New York City, New York 

Bellevue Hospital (II Med.) 

New York City, New York 

Grace New Haven Hospital (Surg.) 

New Haven, Connecticut 

Army Med. Service Hospitals 

Valley Forge Hospital, Pennsylvania 

Strong Memorial Hoppital (Med.) 

Rochester, New York 

U. of Pennsylvania Hospital ( Rotat. I 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

U. of California Hoppital (Med.) 

San Francisco, California 

U. of California Ho-pital (Rotat.) 

San Francisco. California 

Boston City Hospital (III Surg.) 

Boston, Massachusetts 

U. of Minnesota Hospital (Rotat.) 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

St. Luke's Hospital (Ped. ) 

New York City, New York 

Presbyterian Hospital (Med.) 

New York City, New York 

St. Vincent's Hospital (Surg.) 

New York City, New York 

Jackson Memorial Hospital (Rotat.) 

Miami, Florida 

Strong Memorial Hospital (24 Mo. Rotat. I 

Rochester, New York 

King County Hospital (Med.) 

Seattle, Washington 

Bellevue Hospital (II Med.) 
New York City, New York 

Boston Citv Hospital (I and III Med.) 

Boston, Massachusetts 

St. Luke's Hospital (Mixed— Med. Mjr.) 

New York City, New York 

Barnes Hospital (Med.) 

St. Louis, Missouri 

Johns Hopkins Univ. Hospital (Surg.) 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Bronx Municipal Hospital (Rotat.) 

Bronx, New York 



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